Last week, La Flame came through with just that in the form of a fire album entitled, Birds In the Trap Sing McKnight. The Houston-born rapper’s second album landed at number one on the Billboard 200, moving 53,000 physical copies and 88,000 “equivalent album units” according to Billboard. This is plenty of reason to celebrate for the producer/rapper who has been proven himself again, avoiding the sophomore slump.
Congrats to Travis $cott.
MY FIRST NUMBER 1 ALBUM THIS MEANS ALOT TO ME ! U KIDS AND FANS ARE THE REALIST. I OWE YALL MORE THAN LIFE
— TRAVIS SCOTT (@trvisXX) September 11, 2016
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